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Fazıl Say and the Classical Music Stage as Informal Learning Space

Second, revised edition

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Aylin Buran

Fazıl Say and the Classical Music Stage as Informal Learning Space is an exploration of the classical music stage within a framework of informal learning through the interactive concert performances of Fazıl Say. It delves into the artist’s conceptualization of the music-audience nexus along with his motivation for adopting an interactive manner that emerges through a verbal interaction between performer and listener during the concert performances. Using specific concert performances given in Malatya in Turkey, this book presents a detailed demonstration of such a space as a learning medium; and interprets its pedagogical meaning from both the artist’s and the audience’s perspectives.

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APPENDIX A: A Biography of Fazil Say

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APPENDIX A A Biography of Fazil Say22 1970 Born in Ankara. 1973 Received his first music lessons from oboist Ali Kemal Kaya. 1974 Began taking piano and theory lessons which will be lasted for eight years from Mithat Fenmen. Fenmen supported Say to play improvised pieces, which contributed the creativity of Say. 1977 Composed his first pieces for piano called What the Piano Told Me and What the Violin Didn’t Say. 1979 Gave his first concert in Ankara, Art Lovers Association. 1980 Gave his first recital abroad: Yugoslavia and Germany (The Oldenburg Children's Festival). 1981 Enrolled at the Ankara State Conservatory. 1982 His teacher Fenmen died. Kamuran Gündemir became Say’s piano instructor, llhan Baran his composition instructor. He represented Turkey at the Varna Children's Festival in Bulgaria. 1983 Began his studies at the conservatory in a “special status” which is a program for gifted children. 1984 Began studying “styles of contemporary music” lessons which would last for three years with Ertugrul Oğuz Firat. 1985 Composed Preludes for flute and piano. 1986 Composed Siyah İ lahiler/ Black Hymns for violin and piano. 1987 Graduated from conservatoire, the department of composition and piano. Awarded German State Scholarship (DAAD). Started studying with David Levine in Schumann State Music College in Düsseldorf. 1990 Graduated from Schumann State Music College. Composed Ballade for violoncello and piano. Composed Reflections for piano, violin and orchestra. Adaptation ofFive Debussy Preludes. 1991 Settled in Berlin. Composed The Dances o f Nasreddin Hodja, one of the important pieces...

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